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其処ら, そこら

  • sokora


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • everywhere
  • somewhere
  • approximately
  • that area
  • around there

Examples of 其処ら,そこら in a Sentence

Is she anywhere about?
However hard you try, you can't finish it in a week or so.
At first only a few people protested, but now they're all coming out of the woodwork.
I got bit by mosquitoes all over this area, and it itches so badly I can't stand it.
It is impossible to master English in a year or so.
However hard you may study, you can't master English in a year or so.
A foreign language cannot be mastered in a year or so.
No matter how hard you may study English, you cannot master it in a year or so.
After she picked up the first glass and water went all over the place, she called the boss out.

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